YUI's lightweight core and modular architecture make it scalable, fast, and robust. Built by frontend engineers at Yahoo!, YUI powers the most popular websites in the world.
YUI's intuitive and well-documented API takes you from basic DOM handling to building performant and maintainable applications on desktop browsers, mobile devices, and servers.
A thriving community, a carefully architected infrastructure, and a comprehensive suite of tools help you code like a pro, from simple web pages to complex web applications.
We're chatting with Jeff Pihach (@FromAnEgg) from Canonical about how they're using YUI to build the GUI for Ubuntu Juju, an open-source tool that lets you configure and deploy services to a cloud platform quickly and easily. We'll be talking about ways to bundle up your YUI modules for long-running apps, how Juju is structuring their application with the YUI App Framework for better performance, and ways to deploy beta features in production. Check out Juju online in the following places! Site: https://juju.ubuntu.com/ Source Code: https://code.launchpad.net/juju-gui Hosted by Clarence Leung, Tony Pipkin, and Ezequiel Rodriguez, with our guest Jeff Pihach.